There are multiple types of Sasquatch, one the name is given to and another familiar family is the Ancient Ones. My Ancient Ones teacher told me the native language form of their name and it is E-Takan-Tatanta ("Men Of Th Woodlands And Spirit Realms"). I will use both names here.
These are all witnessed tendencies and behaviours of the E-Takan-Tatanta and Sasquatch. I hope it is enjoyable and educational.
E-Takan-Tatanta and Sasquatch..........
- can exist in an electro-magnetic form which conforms to the shapes of their bodies. The interior of their bodies is translucent white on the edges and is otherwise transparent. The eyes are red. I saw them run at a high speed through the uneven terrain of a ditch.
- can maintain invisibility while still having conventional physical effects on the environment. Their footprints landed in the the grass though no body or foot could be seen. I witnessed similar speed to the above entry while they were in this state.
- the E-Takan-Tatanta and Sasquatch will will often help and heal humans when the sickness or injury is beyond our understanding.
- children will play music with humans (with sticks, sometimes stones) when children and parents are comfortable with the human
- their tree-stick structures are not only symbolic, navigational, spiritual, literal, and artistic, but are used to harmonize ley lines (powerful electro-magnetic lines in the earth)
- while in a telepathic state, including the state you might know as remote viewing, electro-magnetic impressions of the viewer's head and face can be seen, perhaps flying through the air or perhaps stationary. The outlines of the face are green and the interiors are transparent; the eyes are red.
- through the many dimensional portals used by the Sasquatch and the E-Takan-Tatanta, some older forms of hominids arrive. They may work directly with the Sasquatch and Ancient Ones, or in their spiritual and magical work. These beings may be as visceral as the imagination allows.
- can cause physical sensations without touching.
- Vile Ent
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